Fantasy Premier League Podcast – Pre-Season
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Fantasy Football Tips Podcast is back!
Just in time for the new FPL season, Fantasy Football Tips bring back a special pre-season edition of their podcast with a special 30 minute episode.
The All New FPL Podcast:
The podcast for the 2015/16 Fantasy Premier League season will include an all new feature where Mills, Quigliano and co choose their own FPL team live on air each week that will compete in the Fantasyfootballtips.co league. Now of course, you will have a distinct advantage over us as you will know our team in advance, but we may make a sneaky captain change at the last minute to counter the ultra sly manager out there. After all - we do want to win!
So - if you want to pit your wits against the boys, make sure you have joined our league.
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The code is 57114-16422 or you can just head straight to our Fantasy Premie League here
In this first podcast episode the boys talk about the new FPL chips system and debate when the best time to use it is. They also reveal their first thoughts on their team for FPL gameweek 1... and there is some disagreement amongst the managers before the first ball has even been kicked. They ask whether Aguero and Hazard can be selected in the same team and also reveal an interesting goalkeeper strategy that saves money and makes sense.
You can listen to the podcast here or download it.
You can also listen on YouTube and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
You will not find better fantasy football tips anywhere!
First Look FPL Team:
Our FPL team caused quite a stir in the studio when discussing it, but as usual Quigliano's self confidence took over and he used his prior successes to persuade the boys to go with his picks.
Which player do you think was most likely to cause an argument?